School days just got a bit longer for some Nocatee Elementary School students. A new program introduced this year will give certain students who are struggling to keep up with their classmates an additional session to develop reading skills, said School Superintendent Karyn Gary.
“The program is also being adapted for the other two elementary schools,” Gary said. Students who have good reading skills are shown to learn more readily and perform better in tests. They have more confidence and also develop stronger language skills.
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